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    Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    I'm trying to build my first box, but I dont have all the tools. I need help making cuts because all I have is a Black and Decker Circular saw from the early 90's. Anyone have a table saw that can help me with some cuts?

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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    if nothing else, slip the guy at Home Depot a little green, theyll usually cut whatever you need, at least ime



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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.ikon View Post
    I'm trying to build my first box, but I dont have all the tools. I need help making cuts because all I have is a Black and Decker Circular saw from the early 90's. Anyone have a table saw that can help me with some cuts?

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    I usually cut my own wood at work but the last few times the home depot out in Elk Grove has been cutting all my wood at no extra cost..



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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    Rashad FTW!




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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    Home Depot usually doesn't guarantee their cuts are accurate here in Houston. You can use a piece of wood as a guide with 2 clamps and that circular saw and do it yourself. Once your good enough, just free hand it .




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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    Quote Originally Posted by ssackett View Post
    I usually cut my own wood at work but the last few times the home depot out in Elk Grove has been cutting all my wood at no extra cost..
    I went to the one on Florin and they cut it for me. Not spot on perfect by any means, more in the lines of a couple centimeters off at most. So I'm just looking for someone on here willing to help me make the cuts for a few bucks or so.




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    Re: Any Sacramento, CA folks willing to help?

    Quote Originally Posted by lyttleviet View Post
    Home Depot usually doesn't guarantee their cuts are accurate here in Houston. You can use a piece of wood as a guide with 2 clamps and that circular saw and do it yourself. Once your good enough, just free hand it .
    Hmm, thats a pretty good idea. I've thought about using a piece of wood a guide but your suggestion seems better than what I had in mind. I'll let this be a last resort.

    I'll see if other locals can chime in and see if they can give me a hand.




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